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What's the class and schedule of darvon?

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Rajive Goel 30 Sep 2010

Darvon is classified as a centrally acting narcotic pain reliever. "Centrally acting" means that it works in the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord), rather than directly at the site of the pain. Darvon is not considered as "strong" as most other narcotic pain relievers and is particularly dangerous in the case of overdoses. As a result, Darvon is not usually a "first-choice" pain medication in most situations.

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